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Maritime pine Floorboard (L)2m (W)140mm (T)21mm, Pack of 5
This thick whitewood flooring is simple to install and treated to be a long-lasting, luxury floor for your home.
Features and benefits
The irresistible natural beauty of solid wood flooring remains a popular choice for many. The look and feel of the woodgrain coupled with the thermal insulation properties of wood will make your chosen space one of tranquility and warmth. Solid wood flooring is susceptible to moisture and humidity changes, making it sensitive to seasonal changes, so you'll need to consider acclimatisation before installation but once laid, and with maintenance the hardwearing nature of wood flooring means it's a great long term option for your home.
- Pack of 5 boards
- End matched with T&G ends so boards don't need to be joined above joists, therefore reducing wastage
- Suitable for domestic applications in single family dwellings
- Suitable for use in the Hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, playroom & conservatories
Health and safety
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Some packs are too warped to use.
Ainsy - 22 day ago
Bought three packs. The first was fine, the second was a struggle and the third was so warped they just would not fit together. Waste of money.
morgyface - 2 month ago
I bought a pack of these to patch a bathroom floor, whilst the width didn't match the victorian boards I was replacing the depth was an almost perfect match to the 13/16 thick victorian boards I was replacing. I found them to be straight and solid. Probably the best wood I've bought from B&Q.
Sam H S - 8 month ago
I’m renovating an old house and it was a struggle to find 140mm wide boards that weren’t from a reclaim yard. Laid 20m2 of these boards and they were great. Straight and solid. Use hidden screws for a perfect finish.
Good Boards if you're on a budget
josh2027 - 8 month ago
I Bought a large number of floorboards (somewhere in the region of 30 packs) to refloor my hall-lounge-dining room all as one continuous floor. I used 24grit sanding belts to level any bumps in the existing subfloor and then laid 5mm vitrex underlay. I then used 45x3.5mm tongue tite screws to secret screw the new boards to the floor.
To help lay the boards, I bought 3 flooring straps, a rubber mallet, rubber block, 18v Drill +1.5mm bits) and an 18v impact driver.
To finish the new floor, ive used 3 coats of linseed oil (mixed 50:50 with low odour white spirits) followed by 2 coats of satin osmo.
Ive only finished the hallway but so far am very happy with the results.
Some of the boards needed some persuasion to lay and some (but few) were waped, any warped boards I just cut and used as start or finish boards.
The boards were easy enough to work with, Yes Oak boards might be better and tougher, but that’d likely be twice the cost.
Overall I think this a great solution for anyone on a budget, like me.
Warped and crooked. Un-usable.
Edge1878 - 1 year ago
I appreciate wood will potentially cup but there is no excuse for selling machined tounge & groove wood that is crooked along the long edge. The pack I bought was unusable.